This post is in partnership with Rejuvenation.
Since our cabinets were installed well over a month ago, we’ve been pulling out the trash compartment in our socked feet, opening drawers from their outer edge and avoiding the spice rack almost entirely (that sucker was too difficult). This style of cabinet needs hardware, but as of a few days ago, reaching for the coffee has gotten a lot easier!
We’ve been working with the team at Rejuvenation to outfit our kitchen from head-to-toe (er, ceiling to floor?), starting with the hutch, moving on to the island and finally, the cabinets and lighting! If we lived in Portland, we may never leave their store; you know we love it.
In total, we had 30 pulls to install, so we picked up this cabinet template in the hopes it would move the job along quickly. For about $7 and a tool that’s typically only needed one time, it was worth every single penny! To prevent any accidental measurements, Scott taped off one side and poked only the holes we’d be using along the way:
Our cabinets and drawers got a big facelift with the Mission pulls in oil rubbed bronze (almost exclusively in 4″, with the exception of a few 3.5″ for smaller drawers), which in person reads as almost pure black with no reddish undertones. We opted for the same handles on everything, rather than the usual mix with bin pulls, which was simply personal preference. Just like that, the kitchen looked so pulled together, very non-fussy and classic. It was that feeling we’ve been looking for all along.
A last minute decision had us re-wiring our under cabinet lighting placement – a decision that was made as soon as we laid eyes on the Hannah! [Insert heart-eyed emoji here.] Coming in at about 6″ in height, she’s the perfect pint-sized glow for above the sink. The white metal dome shade with its black rim is the perfect complement to our white cabinetry and dark hardware. [More emojis!]
Finally, we topped the room with a throwback 16″ schoolhouse shade on the Eastmoreland pendant, also in the oil rubbed bronze finish. Standing in the dining room, you can see that the kitchen light makes a good friend for our nook pendant, and the Hood light in-between takes this trio of lighting over the top!
The problem with Rejuvenation, if you can call it that, is that it’s full of All the Things! Lighting, hardware, furniture and kitchen tabletop goods, to name a few – and it’s so good. The emails and catalogs alone are pure eye candy (imagine me pin-happy!), but can I just show you?
Too much to love: Mission bin pull, Jefferson flush fixture, Wire chair, Lemnos clock, Moscow mule mug, industrial shelf stirrups, Mosser cake plate, hairpin wire basket, Butte dome pendant, George pendant, Hood globe pendant, American walnut chair, Cedar & Moss wall sconce, Sumack rug, Woolrich navy stripe blanket, Aurora stool.
Collaborating with Rejuvenation has been such an amazing experience, and we have nothing but praise for the west coast crew. We’re so thankful that we’ve had this time with them, and better yet, they want to spread the love to you, too! And so together with Rejuvenation, we’ll be giving away $500 towards anything in their store! Using the Rafflecopter widget below, enter as many ways as you’d like. This giveaway is eligible for those located in the United States or Canada and runs through Monday, March 23rd until 5pm CST. The winner will be announced within this post and contacted directly. Good luck and happy entering!
This post is in partnership with Rejuvenation. We were gifted Mission drawer pulls (4″), the Hannah small semi-flush mount (white dome shade) and the Eastmoreland pendant (6″ w/ classic 16″schoolhouse shade). Thank you for supporting those that support us!